Carmela the cat is looking for a new lovely home in the Vancouver area

Carmela arrived here when her 8 kittens were just 3 days old. Looking like she had spent some time on her own in the great outdoors, she was more than grateful to finally get a warm space for her and her kittens in order to keep them all safe, greeting her new foster humans with biscuits and purrs as a thank you for a warm and cozy whelping box.

She has spent the last 7 and a half weeks in a quiet foster home while nursing her kittens to grow big and strong and now she’s ready to move onto her very own forever home!

Her foster humans have found that Carmela truly prefers to be treated like the Queen that she is. On an average day, Carmela can be found chatting up her foster humans while they make coffee, enjoying endless chin scratches, going under blankets and making a big batch of biscuits and keeping herself impeccably clean with a very strict daily grooming routine.

A few of her favorite things are being brushed, playing a good game of chase and catch with her favorite jingly cat wand, being fed crunchy treats by hand (in fact, she prefers it), and spending as much time as possible with her humans. She is happiest when she knows she’s only a couple of centimeters away from her human best friends.

Carmela

Carmela

Age: 3 years old

Colour: Seal Point

Weight: 3.71 kg

Sex: Female

Location: Vancouver Branch

 

If you believe you can provide a furever home to this cute pet, please fill out an application through the SPCA website today!

 

About this column:

Each week we feature animals available for adoption from local shelters in the Vancouver area with the hopes that our readers will assist in finding good homes for them. If you, or someone you know, has the resources to take care of one of these animals, please do get in touch with the appropriate shelter via the links provided.

 

 

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